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Old 04-29-2015, 02:01 PM   #1
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If you have these springs, would you mind posting some pics of what it looks like on a V6.

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Also, some experiences after getting them added. Such as did any other suspension NEED changed.

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If you have these springs, would you mind posting some pics of what it looks like on a V6.

Most pics on AM are of GT's.
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Im confused as to what you mean haha?

I plan on adding with the springs...
Eibach shocks/struts
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Front and Rear Sway Bar
Rear Lower Control Arms with relocation brackets
Rear Upper Control Arm with relocation bracket
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Im confused as to what you mean haha?



I plan on adding with the springs...

Eibach shocks/struts

Adjustable panhard bar

Front and Rear Sway Bar

Rear Lower Control Arms with relocation brackets

Rear Upper Control Arm with relocation bracket

J&M Caster Camber Plates

Instead of people saying springs and pan hard bar only, it needs to be springs, panhard bar, and upper control arm.

You don't need caster plates unless you're tracking the car or you're going past 1.5" in the front. Eibach is a rough 1"
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Well, i mean for other people that plan on getting other mods done. I am trying to see where i need to allocate funds. Like, spend all of it on the entire suspension, or get springs, shocks, struts, headers, and gears.

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Instead of people saying springs and pan hard bar only, it needs to be springs, panhard bar, and upper control arm.

You don't need caster plates unless you're tracking the car or you're going past 1.5" in the front. Eibach is a rough 1"
So I can just go with the camber bolts instead of CC plates??

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and now Caster Camber Bolts instead of plates.
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Well, i mean for other people that plan on getting other mods done. I am trying to see where i need to allocate funds. Like, spend all of it on the entire suspension, or get springs, shocks, struts, headers, and gears.

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Forsure get some gears, like 3:55 or 3:73.

i got 3:55 and it changed my car completely. Accelerates like a beast now, unlike the 2:73s

But i think you need to adjust the lower control arms when you lower your car. Thats why im just replacing both the upper and lower control arms at the same time
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So I can just go with the camber bolts instead of CC plates??



Im getting the

Eibach Sport System Plus

BMR adj. panhard bar

Whiteline adj. upper control arm w/ mount

BMR lower control arms with relocation brackets.

and now Caster Camber Bolts instead of plates.

Lava I'm pretty sure you have everything there to lower the car and I think down the road to upgrade shocks and struts because they will go bad faster than when your on the stock height.


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So I can just go with the camber bolts instead of CC plates??



Im getting the

Eibach Sport System Plus

BMR adj. panhard bar

Whiteline adj. upper control arm w/ mount

BMR lower control arms with relocation brackets.

and now Caster Camber Bolts instead of plates.

I wouldn't do whiteline unless it's their watts link. I've seen multiple times that the thing just falls apart or separates the bushing. BMR or SR
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Lava I'm pretty sure you have everything there to lower the car and I think down the road to upgrade shocks and struts because they will go bad faster than when your on the stock height.


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My shocks and struts went out at 110,000 miles on stock suspension. The front groans horribly, the rear just leaked. I'm still piecing the stuff together. If you make it far enough, around the first of the year Joni has a huge sale on their stuff. I picked up my stuff for $250 all corners
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My shocks and struts went out at 110,000 miles on stock suspension. The front groans horribly, the rear just leaked. I'm still piecing the stuff together. If you make it far enough, around the first of the year Joni has a huge sale on their stuff. I picked up my stuff for $250 all corners

I'm still on stock shocks and struts and I'm at 50K. SR springs are what I have been running for like 15k and honestly the stock shocks are still holding up.


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Harm3.7-- The sport system plus comes with eibach shocks and struts

Whitelighting-- Alright, I'll stay with BMR on both upper and lower control arms.

When and where is this sale?????
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Do I need adjustable control arms on either the upper or lower?
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Lower shouldn't need to be adjustable. Upper is highly recommended, especially if you're going to install a one piece driveshaft later down the road.
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Harm3.7-- The sport system plus comes with eibach shocks and struts

Whitelighting-- Alright, I'll stay with BMR on both upper and lower control arms.

When and where is this sale?????

Oh well your set then and for the upper control arm get the adjustable one I made a thread about this last night which you can read up.


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Lower shouldn't need to be adjustable. Upper is highly recommended, especially if you're going to install a one piece driveshaft later down the road.
I have a one piece driveshaft, so i forsure get an adjustable upper control arm.

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I wouldn't do whiteline unless it's their watts link. I've seen multiple times that the thing just falls apart or separates the bushing. BMR or SR

Whiteline fell apart with the old design. I believe they have updated since then after getting a couple complaints.


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What is this I hear of caster bolts breaking?

Do I need these for a 1.1" drop in the front?
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What is this I hear of caster bolts breaking?



Do I need these for a 1.1" drop in the front?

I have a 1.5in drop in the front and didn't even need caster bolts. My front wasn't even that out of alignment when I got it done.


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I have a 1.5in drop in the front and didn't even need caster bolts. My front wasn't even that out of alignment when I got it done.


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Guess I'll cross that out off of the list then haha.

What springs are you on??
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Guess I'll cross that out off of the list then haha.



What springs are you on??

Running the SR springs


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What is this I hear of caster bolts breaking?

Do I need these for a 1.1" drop in the front?
Do you mean camber bolts?
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I do like the 1.5 inch drop on sr over the sportline. However eibach after all is a very good suspension company. I'm just curious if the quality of eibach will be better than sr
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I do like the 1.5 inch drop on sr over the sportline. However eibach after all is a very good suspension company. I'm just curious if the quality of eibach will be better than sr
I have a buddy who installed SR performance springs on his v6 and claimed it dropped 1.3" all around. I believe the GT drops a bit more due to it being a bit more heavy. Where as the sportline drops the v6's 1.1" in front and 1.7" in the rear.
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Yeah I'm looking for a bigger drop. So let say sr drop 1.5 all round ( from AM) I probably will be happy with the height but I'm worry about the quality. After all I still looking for performance upgrades
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Do you mean camber bolts?
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Yeah I'm looking for a bigger drop. So let say sr drop 1.5 all round ( from AM) I probably will be happy with the height but I'm worry about the quality. After all I still looking for performance upgrades
I've heard nothing but good things about SR from the people who have them. The only reason I got sportlines is because it drops the rear more and evens out the ride. Anddddd I picked up a brand new set for $140 I was going to buy SRs until I found those.
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I've heard nothing but good things about SR from the people who have them. The only reason I got sportlines is because it drops the rear more and evens out the ride. Anddddd I picked up a brand new set for $140 I was going to buy SRs until I found those.
Exactly. I just like the extra drop in the rear for the sportlines.
***Post some pics of your drop if you can***

Wish I could put sportlines in the rear and sr up front lol
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Buy both sets and sell the unused springs.

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Yeah I guess someone would buy the extras cheap off craigslist from me
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Exactly. I just like the extra drop in the rear for the sportlines.
***Post some pics of your drop if you can***

Wish I could put sportlines in the rear and sr up front lol
I haven't installed anything yet. I'm waiting for my UCA/mount before I install all the goodies. I will post a separate thread when I complete it though.
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This is how my car looks with the SR springs. (Ignore that terminator in the back lol)

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I haven't installed anything yet. I'm waiting for my UCA/mount before I install all the goodies. I will post a separate thread when I complete it though.

I just did upper and lowers this last week and buddy you will love your car so much more. Wheel hop/traction problems are no where to be seen now!


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